BMEN 5361: 3D Bioprinting

2 Credits

3D Bioprinting has recently emerged as a new biofabrication technology that merges many engineering fields (eg. BME, MechE, ChemE) with other disciplines such as Materials Science, Stem Cell Biology, Physiology, Surgery and Pharmacology. This course serves as an introduction to the field and how its disciplines interface, while providing the student with knowledge of many of the most common bioprinting methods and applications being developed today through lectures by experts in the field (academia and industry) as well as hands-on lab exercises in the UMN 3D Bioprinting Facility.

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